This documentary explores the discrimination and persecution of people with albinism in Tanzania and Malawi, East Africa. It follows NHS doctor Oscar Duke (24 Hours in A&E), who himself has albinism, as he ventures out to discover what it’s like for others with his condition. While Oscar feels he has not suffered serious discrimination himself, the stigma against people with albinism has been ingrained in African societies for generations. People with albinism are vulnerable not only to bigotry, but also mutilation and murder. This film explores why these crimes are taking place and who is responsible. Oscar also meets the young people facing discrimination, and confronts locals and their superstitions head-on.